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Granulated Soil Conditioner CMS - SoilWin

Granulated Soil Conditioner CMS - SoilWin

756 INR/Bag

Product Details:

  • Physical State Powder
  • Release Type Controlled
  • Purity(%) 99.9%
  • Application Organic Fertilizer
  • Solubility Soluble in water
  • Storage Dry Place
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Granulated Soil Conditioner CMS - SoilWin Price And Quantity

  • 1000 Bag
  • 756 INR/Bag

Granulated Soil Conditioner CMS - SoilWin Product Specifications

  • 99.9%
  • Dry Place
  • Powder
  • Organic Fertilizer
  • Soluble in water
  • Controlled

Granulated Soil Conditioner CMS - SoilWin Trade Information

  • 5000 Bag Per Month
  • 7 Days
  • 50 kg Multi Colour BOPP Bag.
  • Telangana

Product Description

SoilWin (Granulated Soil Conditioner) contains Calcium, Magnesium, Sulphur and provides secondary nutrients to the soil. In general, most plants grow by absorbing nutrients from the soil. Their ability to do this depends on the nature of the soil. The SoilWin Secondary Nutrients are needed for the soil and plant growth and also very essential to provide the proteins and for the metabolism of carbohydrates (sugars) for the plant.


- Improves Soil Structure

- Helps Reclaim Sodic Soils

- Improves Low-Solute Irrigation Water

- Decreases pH of Sodic Soils and Increases the pH of Acidic Soils

- Increases the Stability of Soil Organic Matter

- Makes Excess Magnesium Non-Toxic

- Improves Water-Use Efficiency

- Helps Plants Absorb Plant Nutrients

- Increases Value of Organics

- Improves Fruit Quality and Prevents Some Plant Diseases

- Source of Sulfur

-Can be a Source of Oxygen for Plants

- Can Increase Crop Yields


Calcium as Ca


Magnesium as Mg


Sulphur as S



Use 50 to 200 kg per Acre as secondary nutrient to the soil along with main fertilisers. Apply SoilWin at the time of ploughing / puddling and up to flowering stage of all crops and all soils.

Packing: 50 kg Multi Colour BOPP Bag.

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